In Donetsk GAI claim that the inspector who has crushed 4 - the summer girl, was absolutely sober

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In Donetsk region the interdistrict prosecutor's office of the Dobropolsky area brought criminal case upon road accident with participation of the employee of GAI as a result of which the child was lost.

As reported in a press - services of prosecutor's office of Donetsk region, road accident happened in the evening on April 17 at the village Light the Dobropolsky area. According to preliminary information, the Volga car under control of the inspector of GAI of Dobropolya made arrival on the girl, 2005 year of birth. As a result of incident the child died on the spot. Upon road accident examinations are appointed, investigative actions are carried out.

In a press - service specified that proceedings are initiated on ч.2 by Art. 286 of the Criminal code of Ukraine - "Violation of the rules of traffic safety or transport operation by persons which operate vehicles". Article prescribes punishment in the form of imprisonment for a period of three till eight years with deprivation of the right to operate vehicles for a period of up to three years or without the such.

In a press - service of regional management of GAI confirmed that at 17.30 on April 17 in the village Light the Dobropolsky area 4 - the summer girl "suddenly ran out on a carriageway from - for heaps of branches which were on a roadside near the house".

In GAI noted that at the time of road accident by the car operated 50 - the summer inspector of GAI who serves in militia of 24 years, has the driver's license and a driver's experience 31 years.

"Medical examination confirmed that the inspector at the time of commission of road accident was sober. The driver couldn't prevent arrival on the child as the girl ran out on the road at distance about one meter from the moving car", - specified in a press - service GAI.

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